Keep 3DLuVr online!
3DLuVr Logo
 From the Real World
 Digital Painting Series
 Featuring of...
 On the Bookshelf
 3ds max
 Softimage XSI
 Rhinoceros 3D
 Video Tutorials
FunZone menu
 I always wanted to be
 Talk to an employer
 Why Ask "Why"
TechZone menu
 Hardware Reviews
 Software Reviews
 Q&A, Tips & Tricks
UserZone menu
 The Artist Sites
 15 Min of Fame
 Request an Account
 Current Assignment
 Sponsors & Prizes
 Make a Submission
 Voting Booth
 Competition Rules
About menu
 Mission Statement
 Poll Archive
 How to IRC
Log in to be able to post comments to the news items, forum posts, and other facilities.
Not registered? Register!     Lost Password?
Look for: 
 ...or for more advanced search click here !
 Your New Year`s Resolution is...
Gain employment
Stop smoking/drinking/etc
Get back in shape
Find the meaning of life
Conquer the World
Absolutely nothing

    Poll Results
Want to leave us a comment about the site or in general? Click here to access the form.
TechZone Heading

Techbits are a brain child of Greg Hess, who initially started them on the Discreet Forum, then moved them here to a permanent home; they are gathered, (chewed up) and processed by Greg Hess and Thomas Bruno, an all around good guys, hardware experts and 3DLuVr staff/contributing authors.


Search techbits:

Do you have an item for the TechBits ?
Tell us about it and we'll get it up here!
I got techbits!

Pages in Techbits, year of 2004   2003   2002   2001   
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  
22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  
42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  61  

#381| source: Ars-technica by crossbow on Sat Jul 07 2001
The Pentium IV vs the G4. Who wins? Only people with money decide.
#380| source: Rumor by crossbow on Sat Jul 07 2001 

There are multiple rumors floating around the web regarding the purchase of Ram. It seems that there may be a RAM price FIX occuring sometime early in the 3rd quarter. The rumor states that PC133 prices will increase to 1 USD per meg and DDR to 1.50 USD per meg. Watch ram prices around the end of July and if it starts rising, buy immediately.
#379| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Jul 07 2001
Picture of intel's new tualatin processor. Aka the Pentium III Part 2. (Remember these are going to be SMP disabled, and won't work in current fc-cpu motherboards without a voltage modification)
#378| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001
1.5 Gigahertz Thunderbirds seen on the horizon. Speed for one and ALL!
#377| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001
Snagged this quote off of in regards to MSI's much less expensive Dual AMD760MP board.

"MSI told us that they are expecting the MSI AMD760 MP to be available in high volume around mid august 2001. The K7D Master has four DIMM slots, one AGP Pro , three 32 bit PCI slots and two 64-bits PCI slots. The price is unknown right now but should be around 250$. "

#376| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001
The intel i845 Chipset. Using the aging technology of PC133 to lower the price of the P4. Looks like its a good idea to avoid this one if your even thinking of buying a Pentium IV.
#375| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001
Intel drops 1.8 Gigahertz on AMD and nothing happens. Anand overclocks the 1.8 to 2 gigahertz and AMD steps on it. Nothing like seeing the 1.4 Gigahertz Tbird beat a 2 Gigahertz Pentium IV in Max performance to make your day.

#374| source: [H]ard|Ocp by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001
Just when you thought you had it all, someone goes and releases something better. a 40X/20x/10x/16x CDRW/DVD drive.
#373| source: [H]ard|Ocp by crossbow on Tue Jul 03 2001,4586,2781900,00.html?chkpt=zdhpnews01
Monopolysoft does it again, preventing you from using the programs you want to use, controlling the information you want to read, and making sure you keep in constant contact with their servers. Yes thats right folks, I'm talking about Windows XP again.
#372| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Sun Jul 01 2001
The Radeon 2 is pushed back to a late september release. This could delay the Geforce 3 Ultra release. :(

1997-2019 3DLuVrTM (Three Dee Lover)
Best viewed in 1024x768 or higher,
using any modern CSS compliant browser.